Today, the White House welcomed members of the 2016 U.S. Olympic and Paralympic teams to the White House to honor their participation and success in this year’s Games in Rio. As the President said at the reception, this is the last time during his presidency that he'll welcome Olympians and Paralympians at the White House.
Take a look at how President Obama and First Lady welcomed #TeamUSA for the last time and some of the highlights from today's visit:
Watch: The President honors the Olympic and Paralympic teams
Read the President's remarks to the 2016 USA Olympic and Paralympic Teams
The #FinalFive Takeover Instagram
Want to see more? Watch the White House Snapchat for an inside look at today's visit.
President Obama welcomed relatives of Jesse Owens and America's 17 other black athletes from the 1936 Olympics to the White House for the acknowledgement they didn't receive along with their white counterparts 80 years ago
Relatives of Jesse Owens and the 17 other African-Americans who competed at the 1936 Olympics will be welcomed to the White House to meet President Barack Obama on Thursday _ an honor Owens and others didn't receive after they retur...
President Barack Obama has welcomed to the White House relatives of Jesse Owens and America's 17 other black athletes from the 1936 Olympics for the acknowledgement they didn't receive along … Click to Continue »
President Obama greeted Team USA at a ceremony at the White House on Thursday with praise for their performance at the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic games — and a few jokes. “I was going to do, like, a floor routine on the way out,” O...